Gerald Lenoir

Gerald Lenoir
University of California, Berkeley | UCB · Othering and Belonging Institute

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Introduction
Gerald Lenoir currently works at the Othering and Belonging Institute (formerly the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society), University of California, Berkeley. Gerald does research in State Politics and Policy, National Politics and Race, Ethnicity and Politics. Their most recent publication is "A 21st Century Movement building Challenge: "Forging a Common Identity Among 'People of Color'".

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California was once among the states with the greatest economic equality--the best schools and the most affordable homes--but it now has such severe inequality that it is one of the five most unequal states. Californians are incredibly hard working and innovative, which is proven in the state’s unparalleled economic productivity and wealth. The e...
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One of the essential elements in the building of a cohesive social movement across communities of color aimed at dismantling structural racism is the formation of a common identity that is a marker for a common worldview and set of politics. Drawing upon the history of the social movements of the 1960s and 1970s when the terms people of color and T...
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Race/Ethnicity: Multidisciplinary Global Contexts interviewed three Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) leaders from across the globe whose work centers on the project of coalition building. The answers below detail their philosophies about, strategies for, and practical responses to the complexities of this work.